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Here’s what public affairs news made the front page of newspapers in the Northwest today, excluding local crime, features and sports stories. (Newspaper names contracted with location)

Mental health plan payments in disarray (Boise Statesman)
Plans for a Sportsplex Idaho at Meridian (Boise Statesman)
Memorial for former Girtman hospital exec (Moscow News)
Man sentenced to 7th DUI (Nampa Press Tribune)
Legislators reviewing land endowment (Nampa Press Tribune)
Preparing for re-enrollment in Obamacare (TF Times News)
Students will take Common Core test (TF Times News)

Profiling new Benton Co elections chief (Corvallis Gazette)
OU research on genetics and health (Eugene Register Guard)
Dispute over police shooting in Medford (Medford Tribune)
Plans for tiny houses for homeless people (Portland Oregonian)
Salem downtown parking free but scarce (Salem Statesman Journal)

Port Orchard pot shop starting slow (Bremerton Sun)
Small tracts can be forest for tax purposes (Bremerton Sun)
Snohomish has lowest voter turnout in state (Everett Herald)
Some schools tagged as failing (Everett Herald)
Medical pot grown on Olymic peninsula (Port Angeles News)
To save a river-bank chalet, using mules (Port Angeles News)
Amazon confronts Europe, part 2 (Seattle Times)
Driscoll of Mars Hill takes leave (Seattle Times, Spokane Spokesman)
Spokane area farmers launch e-cooperative (Spokane Spokesman)
Tacomans consider zoned booze ban (Tacoma News Tribune)
Homeless ordered to leave Share site (Vancouver Columbian)
Some Yakima basin waters are overheated (Yakima Herald Republic)

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